Join us for a screening of David Bernabo’s Food Systems documentary in Diego Thompson’s Sociology of Food and Agricultural Systems Course.
Maree ReMalia and her Pittsburgh-based collaborators, The Drop Ins, are melding their creative fields spanning dance, sound, visual art, photography, and film to develop movement scores and interactive installations that invite the community to engage in playful, creative ways alongside them to offer a means of expressing and interacting through various mediums while actively engaging questions of resiliency, connectivity, and sustainable well-being. The scores and installations are intended to be inclusive for a wide range of participants to “drop in”. With the Middlebury community, they are considering how these creative experiences foster sustainability in our lives and help reveal ways we are inextricably linked. Join us during the events below and stay tuned for pop-up activities.
Sponsored by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/Movement Matters, COTA, Director of the Arts Gift Fund, and the Environmental Council of Middlebury College.
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- Dance; Sociology/Anthropology
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